The use of high impact, engaging drama is at the heart of everything we do.

We use drama– both live and media based – to challenge thinking, create debate, inform, explore theory in practice and test out ideas, in a way that’s honest, engaging and enjoyable.

To bring about behavioural change, you first have to See the behaviours as they are currently, you then have to commit to Owning the need for change, before developing a new way of doing things. For us, the drama-based techniques that we have honed and developed over the last 25+ years are the most powerful way of achieving that change.

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The benefits of using drama

  • It brings into the room issues that need to be talked about in a highly engaging way.
  • It holds up a mirror – enabling people to see (and often laugh at) the behaviours that are actually happening in their organisation.
  • It packs an emotional “punch” – people are able to witness their own behaviours and the impact they have.
  • It is highly practical therefore participants are able to identify what behaviours they need to change.
  • It encourages critical thinking, active problem solving and a shared sense of purpose.
  • It is suitable for all learning styles and across languages and cultures.

Authenticity is key

  • Our work is challenging, but people are not made to feel uncomfortable or exposed by the techniques we use; they are only ever asked to be themselves.
  • Consistency and authenticity is key. The same team delivering multiple sessions might be most appropriate for the consistency of message, whereas local teams globally may be needed in order to best represent regional needs and cultures.

We thrive on conversation and are happy to explore ways to get the approach right for you.